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Liberty of thoughts – an alternative concept on universe part 2   Leave a comment

Light dancing to a cosmic sound...poetic words, or the basis of existence? Pic.: Michael Ottersbach/

Light dancing to a cosmic sound…poetic words, or the basis of existence? Pic.: Michael Ottersbach/

A possible matrix of all existing

There is this spacetime knot. It rotates around itself, like a small sun. It does so, because it expresses its infinity in this circulation as primary characteristic. It fetches some quants. Waves, particles, mixes. The further away the quants are from the spacetime knot, the more probably they are in particle-state. The closer they are, the more probably they are in wave-state. We could say now, if the spacetime knot was our inner nature, our spirit, it begins with the trapping of quantumwaves and interacting with them, to form a soul. The interaction is enforced, quantumparticles are attracted, a body is formed. And again we have the trinity. The question how „big“ a soul will grow, might have to do with the attraction force the spacetime knot has, perhaps due to its position in the „great web“. Perhaps also with the question, how many other knots are nearby to interact with. It hast to do of course aswell, with the condition of the spacetime manifestation in the surrounding, the position in universe, from which our curious little knot wishes to go on discovery tour.

It is only sustainably in a limited manner, to assign human characteristics to spacetime. Possibly however, what we call human characteristics could maybe be a very much slowed-down collection, probably rather a selection, of spacetime characteristics? The theory of evolution assumes intelligence is caused by biological life and above all, a more or less complex nervous system. Now, possibly it is only a consequence of something different, though? It can be read in the Bible: „God created humans after his image “. Mistakenly most humans assume, that this refers to the outer appearance. I don’t know, where this idea came from. Possibly it’s the „image thing “, because you can look at an image, which is a surface displaying surfaces, as we know. Our hypothesis offers a different approach here: What we call God, is the first and most important spacetime knot. It is causal for the existence of the universe and of everything that is in it. And because only one is quite lonely, it created some more, using the appropriate conditions at hand. So, could it be, that what is made after god’s image in me and you, is our inner nature, our spirit, the entity, calling itself „I“?

Due to the experiences, which this „I“ wishes to make and because matter has this „perishability deal “with spacetime, some of those „I“s became humans. To die then would mean, to return into the original condition as spacetime knot until one got curious (or adventurous) again. And suddenly the idea of reincarnation isn’t primarily a question of faith anymore. Also the statement, we all may be not divine, yet carry the infinite within us, is not a romantic desire anymore, but, following this alternative history of creation, a logical fact. If it would not be like that, we would not exist, simple as that.

So how about the mystical „land behind the rainbow“? In our hypothesis this would be simply a range lying in a closer „orbit “around a spacetime knot, than the physical universe. The mythical otherworld would be a range, which is closer to the spacetime knot, which is causal for the earth, perhaps even our solar system or the Milky Way, maybe even our universe. Do you remember the coin, of which I spoke above? I believe, we currently look at it together, and not just at one side. Even I am unable to clearly seperate between spirituality and natural science in this hypothesis, which’s development I watch with great astonishment aswell. (note: I confess, I’m about to think writing. I do this sometimes, being sort of my own medium, watching curiously, where the train of thoughts actually travels)

Panta Rhei (everything flows)

This statement comes from the „great elders“ of science, the Greek philosophers. I use this therm completely intentionally, because in the beginning of research, spiritual and natural sciences were not closely as much seperated from each other as they are today. It seems, like the first great scientists would have naturally assumed that, the universal laws were exactly that: universal. Valid for everything, only different in their effects. Possibly we lost something, when the separation between spirituality and research, between spiritual and natural science was carried out.

One of the questions, that keeps physics violently busy is, why the universe does obviously not adhere entirely to its own laws? If it would, it would have collapsed shortly after Big Bang, as many researchers do believe. The Big Bang is an absolutely fascinating thing. „The fashion“, to discuss away this for all of us most important singularity, might be finally „out“ with the proof of sound and light in the infrared spectrum still echoing. Let us look at the facts for a moment:

– The Big Bang is still audible as cosmic background noise
– We still see the „lightening “ in the infrared spectrum
– The universe expands with increasing speed

What, if the Big Bang had been only the ignition of a gigantic explosion, which is still ongoing? Our universe would be the explosion cloud then. Due to sound, light and movement, all three results of an enormous energy unloading, it does not collapse, because it has not finished exploding yet! Dear Professor Stephen Hawking could be quite right with his calculations that the universe would have to collapse after Big Bang. Probbably it even will….when we reach „after the Big Bang “.

This would mean for us, that everything we see, including ourselves, consist of two basic ingredients: Sound and light, as results of an energy unloading. Light can have a particle character. If enough photon particles came together, they might merge into larger particles under the gigantic sound pressure . Depending upon arrangement and on the sound waves to be met, different combinations would become possible. These combinations are tied to others, and others, and…suddenly, really lunatically many connections from photons to atoms get considerable. The whole periodic system can be built this way. I really mean the whole one and not only the part, we know so far.

Herrmann von Helmholtz, a German universal scholar who was concerned intensively with sound and resonance, could even support this thesis with his work. We know that everything swings. Matter does it, energy too, light, simply everything. Depending upon weight and density our universe swings differently fast. Why does it do that? I consider it possible that the cause of this oscillation is the explosion, that still sounds as high frequency hissing in our cosmos. Oscillation produces energy, which is converted into movement, heat or light. The Big Bang then would be „the engine “of the universe. All of us and everything surrounding, are direct effects of this event. The laws of nature can be regarded as a kind of „operating instructions “. This enormous sound pressure would have to work actually destructively unless, and here I am supported in my thesis by Mr. Von Helmholtz, we would be with this sound in harmonious resonance. We only can do that however, if we are made from sound at least partly aswell. We, also all heavenly bodies do not only seem to consist at least proportionately of sound. On Youtube you can listen to the sounds made by planets. Do yourself a favour and omit yourselves the earth sounds. In this sound file you primarily hear really infernal noise, produced by us humans.

Day seven

If you asks scientists for the different creation stories known by mankind, you are generally smiled or even laughed at. The standard reason why the biblical genesis for instance can’t be real, are those very seven days. It is an impressive and shocking prove for the human arrogance that these seven days of course have to be understood as Earth days, as we know them today. If one endeavors however only the order of creation as it is described in the Gensesis, it suddenly fits amazingly well with what we know from the theory of evolution and physics. It is exciting that all creation myths assume that the universe origins from water, at least something liquid. Water is one of the basic conditions for life. It was shown that water is substantially further common in our universe, than we assumed so far, despite of being in liquid state or not. Even „superliquids “clear as water however very much more dense, were already discovered. The state of aggregation „liquid “is possible for each chemical element.

So, let get serious. How about the creation myths? Could they be closer to the truth, than natural sciences feel comfortable with? Could science and research entirely fail in the passionate attempt to disprove the spiritual principle, call it God, omnipotence, high light or however you wish? I absolutely consider this to be possible. Perhaps it will never be such a thing as a direct God proof (if only because it would be for many humans more terrible and more shaking than all ignorance), I’m convinced, we’ll sooner or later will have to calculate willy-nilly with „the factor God “, if we want to really understand who we are and what surrounds us. We could come to the result, that we are on day seven of Genesis, God rests and watches his creation. What will happen, if HE is finished with resting?

Admitted, the idea that we are still right in the middle of creation, is a bit ambitious at first sight. I want to tell you, what made me consider this. The universe still expands, the Big Bang still sounds and still shines. However there is still another further reference that our creation is still in process: The evolution. Still new species are discovered and all present ones still improve and evolve. If the creation act would have been finished, this developments would make only little sense. Since stars are however born, generations develop, I cannot recognize a dismantling, rather the opposite.
Here, another highly admired scientist comes into play: Rupert Sheldrake. He drew a lot of attention with his theory of the morphogenetic field. Simplified expressed, it is an information field which contains absolutely everything as potential, which a species can possibly be. It causes the genome, which makes the actual manifestations of the potentials possible. It would be conceivable that all species have a kind of „superfield“ in common, to which all development heads. Perhaps genome and field „communicate“ regarding the sensibility and successes in forming out potentials. Could there even be a superordinate superfield for all living beings? Then we would again reach a phenomenon, which we could call God, considering its characteristics: Overarching, One, all-powerful and eternal.

Why we can’t look outside

It seems as if the largest problem with describing the universe is the fact, that we cannot regard it from the outside. Even if we could ever reach the edge, we could not step outside, I think. We are parts of this universe. Effects of the Big Bang like the universe itself. Trying to step out of it, for an outside look would be pretty much like a human heart, deciding to try to leave its body and regard it from the outsinde. It cannot because it is a part of the body, in which it must stay, if both should stay alive. It will all come down to the fact, that we can’t leave our universe, as much as we can’t litterally jump out of our skins. Our brain is not appropriate to seize something outside of this universe. And why should it? Its inside will surely keep us busy for generations, especially when we stop knowing and start to understand instead.

Attention, philosophy!

Unfortunately many humans believe something is understood, if it is known how it works. That is not right at all. Let’s look at ourselves: We know very exactly, how the human body functions. Why it does it in exactly this way,, however, is unknown. For which purpose do we have for example approximately 90% of unused brain mass? Why does every human think and react uniquely and more or less differently from relatives for example, who have a similar genetical code and even a similar enviroment? We do not know. Maybe the reason for this lack of answers is that the small word „why? “ is much too little strained. The reason is further that still the conviction predominates, that the scientific disciplines are strictly to be seperated from eachother. We live in ONE universe, how can there be distinct, non-coherent realizations on it then?

A pleasing trend is that there are built „bridges“ between disciplines, like for example in medicine, biology or also physics. Maybe we allready have all „puzzle-pieces“, needed to build the Theory Of Everything. We just have to connect them. Setting together simply everything, we know. I mean, really everything. Including the spiritual knowledge of mankind. The myths and legends, visions, dreams and intuitions, side by side with meassurement results and mathematical achievements….


Veröffentlicht 25. September 2015 von Ina Ewers in my own considerations

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